Focused on individual outcomes and informed by a multidisciplinary approach, we're home to specialist units for ongoing and intensive care. Alongside full educational provision for young people experiencing mental health problems, we provide a unique, bi-lingual, secure environment for deaf men and women and a locked rehabilitation unit that ensures a secure provision on the pathway to reintegration into the community.
The post holder will be part of the Night Services Team who are responsible for the overall management of the hospital site throughout the night. You will be expected to co-ordinate staffing and respond to Clinical incidents. You will need to attend the wards to provide planned and unplanned support / supervision to staff on duty. You will also provide some line management to and appraisal for staff predominantly working nights.
You will work as part of the hospital management team and participate in ensuring the delivery of a sensitive, efficient care service to all patients within the care of Cygnet Hospitals. You should have a particular interest in out-of-hours working but be prepared to work days periodically to ensure your contribution to management planning and meet training requirements.
In return, you'll receive a competitive salary and a range of benefits including:
- Teaching and CPD programmes
- Generous study and exam leave
- Financial support for further training and personal development
- Active participation in clinical governance
- Appraisal and peer supervision
- Possible rotation between services
- Contributory pension scheme
- Free life insurance
- Subsidised meals on duty
- Comprehensive employee assistance programme and discount centre
- Health Cash Plan